Prairie Island Park Documentary
Prairie Island was established by John Latsch as a way to open up the backwaters and land to the greater community. The current owners and stewards of Prairie Island, Anne Conway and Jamie Schnell, walk us through the history of the park, their many amenities, community-centered events, and fun activities happening at the park. Conway and Schnell’s care for Prairie Island encourages viewers to take advantage of all the opportunities the park has to offer.
Get Inspired to Get Outside
Winona State University
Documentary, Prairie Island, Park, Campground, John Latsch, City of Winona, Recreation, Camping, Minnesota, Boating, Mississippi River access, Boats and Bluegrass, Warrior Expedition, Playground
Arts and Humanities | Film and Media Studies | Film Production
Pauley, Sarah; Alery, Ryleigh; Vue, Daniel; and Kyball, Noah, "Prairie Island Park Documentary" (2022). Student Documentaries. 2.
This video was create for the fall 2022 FILM 250: Introductory Filmmaking course taught by Dr. Danielle Schwartz, Winona State University's English Department.
Interviewees: Anne Conway and Jamie Schell; Production crew: Sarah Pauley, Ryleigh Alery, Daniel Vue, and Noah Kuball; Special thanks to: Danielle Schwartz, Sara Holger, Mike Munson, and Eileen Moeller